I have found this question in a book and would like to know the answer.
At a restaurant, a customer is asked how he likes his steak - rare, medium or..........................
What is the word to described a well-cooked steak?
Rare/blue = sealed on the outside, but not cooked through.
Medium [rare] = cooked through, but with some redness in the centre.
Well-done = totally cooked, all brown right through.
I'll have mine well done.
Medium rare, please.
So: it's a well-done steak and a steak (that is) well done.
Can you see the difference from the examples?